From Yahoo:

KUALA LUMPUR/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The so-far fruitless search for a missing Malaysian airliner entered its fourth day on Tuesday, as sources in Europe, the United States and Asia voiced growing scepticism that the flight lost with 239 people on board was the target of an attack.

The massive search has drawn in navies, military aircraft, coastguard and civilian vessels from 10 nations, but failed to turn up any trace of the Boeing 777-200ER that vanished about an hour into a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing early on Saturday

An attack? What kind of an attack can make a plane disintegrate into thin air? With all that is being said and how many different countries armies, navies, and coast guards there. They should be able to find at least a general location of where the missing plane is. If it is an attack, then by who? Iran? Those where the two businessmen that stole the passports. Watch for the false flag that leads to a war. As they wipe Ukraine under the rug here comes the cover up this mysterious plane. The usual cover up would not make a possibility of war breaking out evident. However this event seems as though it will be blamed on Iran and that could and will lead to a war. Not to mention at this time there where 5 countries the USA mentioned that they where going to get into and the last 1 was Iran. Well, here is another chance to get to Iran.

“We haven’t ruled it out, but the weight of evidence we’re getting swings against the idea that these men are or were involved in terrorism,” Supachai Puikaewcome, chief of police in the Thai resort city of Pattaya, told Reuters.


It has now been 4 days since the plane vanished. They know exactly where it is but are going to use this as a cover up. Think about it, we have all this technology that can track humans and such, don’t think for a minute that they don’t have planes tagged to. Also what raises the most suspision of this incident is the fact that people are reporting that their phones are still ringing. What are the odds that can happen? Next to none, because when you’re in air the flight attendant tells you to turn them off.